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A '''rail''' is a piece of timber or metal extending from one post to another, as in fences, balustrades, staircases, etc. In framing and panelling the horizontal pieces are called rails, and the perpendicular stiles.
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A '''rail''' is a piece of [[timber]] or [[metal]] extending from one post to another, as in [[fence]]s, [[balustrade]]s, [[staircase]]s, etc. In [[framing]] and [[panel]]ling the horizontal pieces are called [[rail]]s, and the perpendicular stiles.

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A rail is a piece of timber or metal extending from one post to another, as in fences, balustrades, staircases, etc. In framing and panelling the horizontal pieces are called rails, and the perpendicular stiles.

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